Getting Help at UNH for Eating Concerns

Getting Help at UNH for Eating Concerns

Eating Concerns: Where to Find Help at UNH

The campus resources listed here are available to provide assistance to anyone looking for support and help for an eating concern. An eating concern can significantly impact an individual's health and well-being. We encourage those who are struggling with an eating concern to seek assistance.

Health Services

(603) 862-WELL (9355)
Provides evaluation, diagnosis and medical care for individuals with eating concerns, including physical examinations, laboratory studies, medication treatment, and ongoing monitoring.

Office of Health Education and Promotion, Health Services

(603) 862-3823
Provides individual appointments with Nutrition Counselor to explore strategies for moving toward healthier eating behaviors and offers support and information if you are concerned about a friend or family member who may have an eating concern. Resource Library with a section on body image, eating concerns and nutrition, all materials are available for checkout by students.

Eating Concerns Mentors (ECMs)

Eating Concerns Mentors (ECMs) are trained UNH students who provide individual support and education to UNH students who are struggling with eating concerns. ECMs can also offer support to UNH students who are concerned about a friend or family member. ECMs are only available to UNH students and can be requested by filling out an online request form.

Counseling Center

(603) 862-2090
Offers confidential short-term counseling for students dealing with eating concerns. These services may include assessment and indi vidual and group counseling.

Dining Services

(603) 862-2583 
Students with specific nutrition concerns or medically-restricted diets may meet a Dining Services staff member to review options for dining hall accommodations. Assistance is provided with food selection, menu management, recipe ingredients and product questions.

Athletic Training Department

(603) 862-3892
Provides support and referral for any intercollegiate athlete with wellness concerns.

Campus Recreation

(603) 862-2031
Staff educates individuals on safe, effective and appropriate exercise programs. Staff strives to answer all questions and refer individuals to appropriate organizations when more assistance is needed.